Description: Discussion of legal and judicial career of his father, Warren Olney, Jr.; his own career working in Contra Costa County District attorney's office, with Earl Warren in Alameda County district attorney's office and in California Attorney General's Office, as counsel of California Crime Study Commission on Organized Crime in Warren's gubernatorial administration, as head of the criminal division of Department of Justice in the Eisenhower administration, and as director of Administrative Office of the Courts. Includes comments on exclusion of Japanese from California during World War II, administration of federal civil rights laws and drafting of 1956 civil rights act; nomination of Earl Warren as Chief Justice of Supreme Court. Appended: copies of articles, letters, clippings, etc. With this: 1 portfolio of additional documentary material (labeled v.2).
Interviewer: Feingold, Miriam; Fry, Amelia Interviewee: Olney, Warren III
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